Sweden-based Axis Communications, a provider of intelligent security solutions, has introduced new durable fixed domes, with stainless models, exceptional light sensitivity and wide dynamic range.
The Axis Q35 Series of fixed domes for critical video surveillance installations, with capabilities such as IK10+ vandal resistance, extended temperature range from -50 ºC to 60 ºC (-58 ºF to 140 ºF) and electronic image stabilisation, now adds several new models, said a statement from the company.
The latest additions include stainless steel models and offer extraordinary light sensitivity and enhanced wide dynamic range – forensic capture, it said.
Moreover, two new models with marine-grade, electro polished and coated stainless steel casing and nylon transparent dome are offered to withstand the corrosive effect of seawater and chemicals.
Petra Bennermark, global product manager, Axis Communications, said: “Our latest series is designed for critical video surveillance installations, and with the new and updated models, we are significantly strengthening its light sensitivity and WDR capabilities.”
“The new stainless steel cameras expand our offering for healthcare, industrial facilities such as food or pharmaceutical production, and installations with exposure to seawater. And all models offer Axis’ Zipstream technology, of course – for optimal compression with preserved image quality,” Bennermark added.
Axis Q3505-V/-VE/-SVE Mk II models provide HDTV 1080p video at 30 fps with WDR, and 1080p at up to 60 fps or 720p at up to 120 fps with WDR disabled. They are available with wide or telephoto lens.
AXIS Q3504-V/-VE cameras provide HDTV 720p at 30 fps with WDR, and up to 120 fps with WDR disabled. All new AXIS Q35 models offer remote zoom and focus capabilities as well as P-Iris control ensuring optimal depth of field, resolution, image contrast and clarity.
The new Axis Q3504-V and Axis Q3504-VE cameras, the updated Axis Q3505-V Mk II and Axis Q3505-VE Mk II as well as the new stainless Axis Q3505-SVE Mk II models (also named Mk II since they have the same camera performance inside) are available through Axis’ distribution channels, it stated.